Con Mucho Gusto

It’s good to be back! I am just recently back from Colombia. The good folk at SQA flew me down to talk with their clients about testing software. I took some vacation time as well, to ensure that my wife and I would have time to do some sightseeing. The Colombia of today is not…

2

Systin Testing

Jerrad is cooking up Systin, which he’s building on top of Systir. All terribly exciting, but wait there’s more: he’s going to implement something similar to my team’s automation stack on top of it all! Hmmm…Ruby. Making it easier and faster to write test cases from the customer’s point of view. If it sounds like as…

0

Might Means

Eric writes: [I]t seems the main problem [in automating software testing] is getting the test data – two steps before you can even think about automation. When talking to developers and QA folks it’s a major roadblock. Any firsthand insight on this? “Getting the test data” is indeed a problem. More so because it comes…

0

The Three Most Important Considerations

Eric writes: There’s a lot of debate over automating software testing (ie is it worth it, will it get used, how flexible can an automated tool really be, etc.), and I was wondering if you had any firsthand experience. Automating software testing is certainly worth the definite effort involved – as long as you automate…

0

Mistaken Opportunities

Sometimes I miss a meeting. This is rarer than it used to be. Each time I miss a meeting I identify the reason I missed it and then find or invent or develop a process or method or technique to ensure I don’t miss a meeting for that reason again. I also use that reason…

4